The Celebrate Israel Festival on May 31 at Pier 94, slated to be the largest gathering to date of Israeli-Americans in New York.
Posted on: February 15th, 2006Sections → Arts
It's just about the last thing you'd suspect of relevance and contribution to anything culturally meaningful.
Posted on: February 8th, 2006Sections → Arts
Frederick Terna has a soft touch. His images are neither strident nor angry.
Posted on: January 25th, 2006Sections → Arts
Pleasure and Meaning. In the visual arts they are equally essential.
Posted on: January 18th, 2006Sections → Arts
One of Honore Daumier's greatest works shows a troubled man sitting at a window.
Posted on: January 11th, 2006Sections → Arts
Look someone in the eye, and you immediately begin a narrative.
Posted on: January 4th, 2006Sections → Arts
If the hills are alive with the sound of Julie Andrews' music, then Cantor Jacob "Jackie" Mendelson would have viewers believe that Brooklyn is once again to be alive with the sound of Chazzanut.
Posted on: December 28th, 2005Sections → Arts
Space is created in the visual arts in a multitude of ways. Illusionistic space was invented in the Renaissance and continues to be depicted in contemporary realism.
Posted on: December 21st, 2005Sections → Arts
The Temple gleams upon the horizon, a golden beacon signifying the finish line to the Jews' trek to serve G-d on the shalosh regalim.
Posted on: May 18th, 2005Sections → Arts
The aesthetic buzzards have been following him disappointed for years.
Posted on: May 4th, 2005Sections → Arts
In a sense, the history of the Jewish people is a history of installation art. The thunder and lightning, booming shofar and floral assortment at Sinai were intense aesthetic experiences.
Posted on: April 27th, 2005Sections → Arts
Barely redeemed from Egypt, the Jewish people faced a terrible foe. Amalek attacked without warning, without reason.
Posted on: April 20th, 2005Sections → Arts
With Pesach swiftly approaching, many are hyper-aware of all the cleaning and cooking implied in the festival.
Posted on: April 13th, 2005Sections → Arts
Mincha is the most fragile of prayers. It is typically caught on the run, sandwiched between a hurried lunch and return to the ordeals of the workday.
Posted on: April 6th, 2005Sections → Arts
There is something very Jewish about R. B. Kitaj's work.
Posted on: March 23rd, 2005Sections → Arts
Many mistranslate the word "midbar" as desert, whereas the word really carries more of a connotation for wasteland or wilderness, perhaps deriving from the root dever for "plague" or davar for "word" or "thing."
Posted on: March 16th, 2005Sections → Arts
As one enters the theater, the stage is seen dominated by three levels of scaffolding that fills the entire proscenium behind a gray scrim.
Posted on: March 9th, 2005Sections → Arts
The new face of Jewish pop music wears a black hat and jacket and a long beard.
Posted on: March 2nd, 2005Sections → Arts
Imagining the tempting aroma of pecan pie and fresh challah, the age-old rhythms of Southern Jewry unfold before our eyes in the seductively handsome exhibition of photographs, Shalom Y'all, currently at the Jewish Museum of Florida in Miami Beach.
Posted on: February 23rd, 2005Sections → Arts
Though first published in 1967, Marshall McLuhan's "The Medium is the Message: an Inventory of Effects" still remains the sourcebook on new media; its 160 pages of provocative text captivate the reader and prophetically forecasted the dominant role new media currently assumes.
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